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Do you think America is loosing its freedom?

  1. profile image46
    reactnowamericaposted 7 years ago

    Do you think America is loosing its freedom?

    Where do you see America in ten years from now?

  2. lostdogrwd profile image61
    lostdogrwdposted 7 years ago

    American will sell there soul for a dollar and that what has happen in this country. this is a very self center country and a very racist country and Cash is there God. and ten years from not it will be a new country

  3. GNelson profile image77
    GNelsonposted 7 years ago

    Since 9/11 we have given away our freedoms like holloween candy.  As long as we continue to send people to Washington DC who have no clue how the middle class lives, it will continue.  Obama is no more the problem that Bush was.  We bail out the rich and let 11 Million American kids go to bed hungry.  Then we re-elect them to do it again.  In ten years this Country will rise or fall on the backs of the middle class workers and right now that group is shrinking.  We need jobs, not all the BS in the political ads.

  4. jasenpages profile image61
    jasenpagesposted 7 years ago

    America has WAY LESS freedom than the more socialist countries like Norway, The Netherlands, Canada, etc. Thank god for Obama, he's the best thing that's happened to the US in a LONG time.

    As a Canadian, I'm watching from the sidelines, hoping that you re-vote him back into office when his term is up, and not some idiot like Bush.

  5. nightwork4 profile image60
    nightwork4posted 7 years ago

    obviously. i'm canadian and i watch as my brothers and sisters in the south give up their freedom to propoganda about terrorists. every week or so there is some kind of warning. you let bush destroy what your founding fathers made and the world in general hates you for his doings. like us you give the rich bailouts, you have armed border guards. at this current rate, civil war is possible in the states. it scares me because i've always felt as though north america is what the whole world should be like but due to things like tea-parties , conflict between citizens is becoming a way of life.

  6. Wayne Brown profile image82
    Wayne Brownposted 7 years ago

    Without a doubt and it is being done is insidious ways designed to make you feel that your best interests are in the forefront.  The recent healthcare legislation that was passed will put the government more into your life and give you less choices in terms of your health...something that should be between you and your doctor.  Other subjects which are on the table offer significant threats as well...Cap & Trade under the guise of environmental protection...Immigration Reform...under the guise of securing our borders.  Cap & Trade will ultimately raise your cost of living with significant higher prices in the market place. For every carbon credit a company buys ultimately the consumer will pay for it.  Immigration reform will simply make it easier for more and more people to enter the country who have no interest in citizenship or the efforts required to obtain it.  Their only interest is to sponge off the milk and honey of the land.  Those who will promote it are looking for a "new voting block" of people to keep them in office.  Again, the taxpayer will carry the burden as amnesty associated with reform puts another 12 or more million people on the books of the country...never mind what it does to threaten the American culture and erode our underpinnings as a country. WB